Pets on Parade Preview and Dog Art Auction

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Date(s) - May 16, 2024
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Quirk Hotel Lobby Bar


Join FETCH a Cure, Quirk Gallery, and Quirk Hotel Richmond as they unveil 25 one-of-a-kind paper mache dog sculptures painted by various local artists. These dog sculptures, hand-crafted by Haiti-based organization Caribbean Craft, will be featured in a silent auction to benefit FETCH a Cure. As you view the collection of work, enjoy drink specials and snacks available for purchase from The Lobby Bar. Additionally, attendees will get a sneak peek at FETCH’s signature event, Pets on Parade Benefit and Auction, and learn how to score a table at the best fundraiser in town with your furry best friend.
5:00pm-6:00pm: Sculpture preview, cocktail hour
6:00pm-7:45pm: Silent auction is open
7:45pm: Winners can pickup their sculptures
Can’t join us in person on May 16th? No worries. The sculptures will be on view in the Quirk Hotel lobby beginning on May 9th and remote bidding will be available. Purchased artwork must be picked up from Quirk Gallery. To register to bid or preview some of the art visit:
About Pets on Parade:
FETCH a Cure will return to the gorgeous Main Street Station in downtown Richmond for our 16th celebration of the Pets On Parade Benefit & Auction on Friday November 15, 2024! Pets on Parade is one of FETCH a Cure’s signature events, hosting over 600 people and their furry family members. This is by far the most fun guests will have at a charity auction! Attendees will enjoy delicious local cuisine from some of Richmond’s best restaurants, signature cocktails, a varied silent auction with something for everyone, and a spirited live auction at FETCH’s biggest fundraiser of the year!
Funds raised at Pets on Parade help support FETCH a Cure in our mission to further pet cancer awareness, education and treatment and provide financial support for ongoing programs including the Companions in Crisis Fund. This program provides financial assistance to help families pay for life-saving treatments for their pets who have been diagnosed with cancer.